Ottoline and the Yellow Cat

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Macmillan Children's Books, 2007 - Burglary - 171 pages
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An exciting new character-based mini series for young readers.

Introducing Miss Ottoline Brown, an exceptionally inquisitive Mistress of Disguise, and her partner in crime, Mr Munroe. No puzzle is ever too tricky for the two of them to solve . . .

Ottoline lives in a stylish apartment in Big City with a small hairy creature called Mr Munroe. Together they look after the Brown family's eclectic collections - and dabble in a spot of detective work. So they are the first to the scene of the crime when a string of high society dog-nappings and jewel thefts hits Big City. Ottoline (who luckily has a diploma from the Who-R-U Academy of Disguise) and Mr Munroe go undercover - and expose an ingenious scam masterminded by furry feline crook, the Yellow Cat.

A quirky mystery-adventure which is perfectly packaged and highly collectable.

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Review: Ottoline and the Yellow Cat (Ottoline #1)

User Review  - Joe Gordon - Goodreads

Ottoline is a little girl with a penchant for solving mysteries. She lives with her very hairy friend Mr. Monroe in a large apartment in the city, looking after the strange objects collected by her ... Read full review

Review: Ottoline and the Yellow Cat (Ottoline #1)

User Review  - Shelli - Goodreads

My daughter has a lengthy list of all the books she has read and loved that she feels I will equally appreciate; Ottoline and the Yellow Cats was on the list. I did enjoy Ottoline, although not as ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Chris Riddell is an accomplished artist and political cartoonist for the Observer, who has enjoyed great acclaim for his books for children. His books have won a number of major prizes including the 2001 and 2004 Kate Greenaway Medals, and his previous work for Macmillan includes MUDDLE EARTH and the BLOBHEADS series, with Paul Stewart. Chris lives in Brighton with his family.

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